Welcome to Yonahlossee Resort Accommodations

Yonahlossee Resort, just off the Blue Ridge Parkway, is a natural place where families gather, couples celebrate, and lovers of the outdoors thrive. Located at a refreshing 4,000 feet in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains just minutes from the historic Village of Blowing Rock, and just a few miles from ASU and the friendly towns of Boone and Blowing Rock, Yonahlossee Resort is known for its relaxing accommodations, award winning tennis amenities, and inspiring setting. This Blue Ridge Mountain resort is located on the grounds of the former Camp Yonahlossee, a popular girls' camp known throughout the Southeast. Strict attention has been paid to preserving the natural mountain environment.

Guests of the Resort may stay in an intimate Inn room, a cozy studio cottage, courtside condominium or larger groups enjoy our spacious townhomes and private homes up to five bedrooms in size. Each residence is unique and all of our Blowing Rock resort rentals here in Yonahlossee feature convenient paved access, especially helpful during winter weather. Many families travel from around the country to enjoy the convenience of staying in multiple homes located close together, with on-site amenities to appeal to all generations.

Guests of Yonahlossee Resort enjoy access to our Guest Services and are able to arrive knowing their dinner reservations have been made, tennis lessons and spa treatments scheduled, and the refrigerator is stocked. No detail is too large or too small, and our staff is happy to suggest activities and events based on your individual preferences.

Ready to learn more about Yonahlossee Resort? Just give us a call, and our friendly and accommodating staff will be happy to help ensure your next visit to the High Country is the best ever!

A perfect blend of recreation, relaxation, and adventure! Call us toll free at 855-NC-Mountains.

Featured Property

Shawano Cottage at Yonahlossee

Max Occupancy: 2
Bedrooms: 0
Bathrooms: 1

Couples enjoy this cozy Adirondack-style studio cottage with king bed, kitchenette and full bath with jetted tub. Gas fireplace, AC, WiFi, and access to indoor pool, indoor & outdoor tennis - plus just minutes from the Parkway, downtown Boone or Blowing Rock.

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Latest News

Great tips from our local TDA, and don't forget our great midweek discounts for your next vacation rental!

Uncrowded skiing and boarding are as easy as taking a few midweek vacation days!

More than one skier or snowboarder has called in sick during the week to savor uncrowded slopes at reduced lift ticket prices. Some ski areas have gotten into trouble encouraging people to do just that.

“We’d never go that far,” says Wright Tilley, executive director of the Watauga County Tourism Development Authority, “ but it’s definitely worth taking a midweek vacation day or two to have Boone-area ski slopes to yourself. And if saving money is your goal," Tilley says, "midweek skiing is a recession-savvy strategy.”

The average skier in NC spends $131 a day, according to a study of the 2009-2010 ski season conducted for the NC Ski Area’s Association. Midweek skiers can significantly chop that total with substantially reduced rates for lift tickets, lodging, lessons and more.

The price of daytime adult lift tickets drops up to 50% during the week in the High Country!

Ticket prices for students and children, for night skiing or afternoon sessions, all see similar cuts. Better yet, multi-day tickets dip even more substantially.

The same kind of midweek price declines occur with ski lessons, a critical factor in the fun and affordability of skiing.

“No one would suggest making a habit of keeping children out of school,” Tilley says, “but school schedules vary, especially for college age students. With proper planning, many teachers understand the value of family time on the slopes, especially when you consider the importance we’re starting to place on healthy outdoor exercise."

Tilley says, "Skiing is often at its best midweek, especially if you have the flexibility to watch the weather and come up when slope conditions are perfect. Add cost savings to that, and you come close to skiing three days for the price of two.”

--courtesy ExploreBooneArea.com